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Alma mater  University of Houston
Name  Peter Breck
Occupation  Actor
Role  Character actor
Years active  1956-2002
Height  1.88 m
Children  Christopher Breck

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Full Name  Joseph Peter Breck
Born  March 13, 1929 (1929-03-13) Haverhill, Massachusetts, USA
Died  February 6, 2012, Vancouver, Canada
Spouse  Diana Bourne (m. 1960–2012)
Parents  Joseph Breck, Doris Goings Breck, Al Weber
Movies and TV shows  The Big Valley, Shock Corridor, Black Saddle, Benji, The Crawling Hand
Similar People  Richard Long, Lee Majors, Linda Evans, Barbara Stanwyck, Constance Towers

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Joseph Peter Breck (March 13, 1929 – February 6, 2012) was an American character actor. The rugged, dark-haired Breck played the gambler and gunfighter Doc Holliday on the ABC/Warner Bros. television series Maverick but is best known for his role as Victoria Barkley's (Barbara Stanwyck) hot-tempered, middle son Nick in the popular 1960s ABC/Four Star Western, The Big Valley. Breck was also the leading man in an earlier ABC/Four Star Western television series entitled Black Saddle.

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Early years

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Breck was born in Rochester, New York. He grew up living with his grandparents in Haverhill, Massachusetts, because they felt they could provide a more stable home environment than his father, who often traveled as a jazz musician. He attended the University of Houston, where he studied English and drama.

Family

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Breck was the son of bandleader Joe Breck, who was nicknamed "The Prince of Pep", and whose band once included trombone player Jerry Colonna. His parents divorced when Peter was eight. Peter went with Joe, while his younger brother George accompanied their mother, resulting in a decades-long separation. In 1959, an Associated Press photograph showed the brothers reunited after being out of touch for 22 years. The caption explained: "George told newsmen he saw Peter on television and recognized a resemblance. He went to the actor's studio and the relationship was confirmed."

Early career

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After post-World War II United States Navy service in the 1940s on the aircraft carrier USS Franklin D. Roosevelt (CV-42), Breck played professional basketball for the Rochester Royals during the 1948-49 season. He then worked as a ranch hand while studying drama at the University of Houston, and went on to make his on-screen debut in a film that was eventually released under the title The Beatniks.

As well as performing in live theatre, Breck had several guest-starring roles on a number of popular series, such as Sea Hunt, several episodes of Wagon Train, Have Gun – Will Travel, Perry Mason and Gunsmoke. In 1956, he and David Janssen appeared in John Bromfield's syndicated series Sheriff of Cochise in the episode entitled "The Turkey Farmers". He appeared in another syndicated series too in the episode "The Deserter" of the American Civil War drama Gray Ghost, with Tod Andrews in the title role.

When Robert Mitchum saw Breck in George Bernard Shaw's play The Man of Destiny in Washington, D.C., he offered Breck a role as a rival driver in Thunder Road (1958). Mitchum helped Breck to relocate to Los Angeles, California. As Breck then did not have his own car, Mitchum lent him his own Jaguar. Mitchum introduced Breck to Dick Powell who contracted him to Four Star Productions where Breck appeared in the CBS western anthology series, Dick Powell's Zane Grey Theater.

Breck appeared with fellow guest star Diane Brewster in the 1958 episode "The Lady Gambler" of the ABC western series, Tombstone Territory, starring Pat Conway and Richard Eastham. That same year, Breck appeared in an episode of the syndicated Highway Patrol, starring Broderick Crawford. He was also cast in an episode of NBC's The Restless Gun, starring John Payne. He appeared in a 1958 episode of "Gunsmoke" playing the role of murder suspect, Hoyt Fly, a cowboy working a Texas cattle drive.

From January 1959 to May 1960, Breck starred as Clay Culhane, the gunfighter-turned-lawyer in the ABC western Black Saddle, with secondary roles for Russell Johnson, Anna-Lisa, J. Pat O'Malley and Walter Burke. Unlike in The Big Valley, in which Breck played an easily angered rancher, he is low-key, restrained and considerate as the lawyer Culhane.

Breck was later a contract star with Warner Bros. Television, where he appeared as Doc Holliday on Maverick, a part that had been played twice earlier in the series by Gerald Mohr and by Adam West on ABC's Lawman. Breck appeared in several other ABC/WB series of the time, such as Cheyenne, 77 Sunset Strip, The Roaring Twenties (as trumpet player Joe Peabody in the episode "Big Town Blues"), and The Gallant Men. He was cast as a young Theodore Roosevelt in the 1961 episode "The Yankee Tornado" of the ABC/WB Western series, Bronco, starring Ty Hardin. "The Yankee Tornado" features Will Hutchins of the ABC/WB Western series Sugarfoot in a crossover appearance.

Breck's first starring role in a film was Lad, A Dog (1962). The next year, he played the leading roles in both Samuel Fuller's Shock Corridor and the science fiction horror film The Crawling Hand. Between 1963 and 1965 Breck made three guest appearances on Perry Mason, including the roles of defendant William Sherwood in the 1964 episode, "The Case of the Antic Angel", and defendant Peter Warren in the 1965 episode, "The Case of the Gambling Lady". During this time, he appeared on episodes of such television series as Mr. Novak, The Outer Limits, Bonanza and The Virginian.

Breck claimed to have been considered for leads on two successful television series produced by Quinn Martin The Fugitive (1963) and 12 O'Clock High (1964) with Breck commenting that "If you are a leading man in Hollywood you either draw $250,000 like Steve McQueen or you had better be in a series".

The Big Valley

From 1965 to 1969, Breck starred on The Big Valley, having portrayed Nick Barkley, ramrod of the Barkley ranch and son to Barbara Stanwyck's character, Victoria Barkley. The second of four children, Nick was hotheaded, short-tempered, and very fast with a gun. Always spoiling for a fight and frequently wearing leather gloves, Breck's character took the slightest offense to the Barkley name personally and quickly made his displeasure known, as often with his fists as with his vociferous shouts. Often this proved to be a mistake and only through the calming influence of his mother and cooler-headed siblings, Jarrod (Richard Long), half-brother Heath (Lee Majors), sister Audra (Linda Evans) and Eugene (Charles Briles; written out after season 1 when he was drafted into the Army), would a difficult situation be rectified. Having been a Barbara Stanwyck admirer since the 1940s, when he was teenager, Breck developed an on- and off-screen chemistry with her, practicing longer lines and even being a ranch foreman on the set. After the series was canceled, he stayed close to her until her death.

After The Big Valley

In 1969, Breck was cast in an episode of The Donald O'Connor Show. Most of his roles in the 1970s and 1980s were television guest-starring performances on such series as Alias Smith and Jones, Mission: Impossible, McMillan & Wife, S.W.A.T., The Six Million Dollar Man (again with Lee Majors), The Incredible Hulk and The Dukes of Hazzard, as well as roles as himself on Fantasy Island, and The Fall Guy which also starred former television "brother" Lee Majors.

In the mid-1980s, Breck moved to Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, with his wife Diane and their son, Christopher. He was asked by a casting director to teach a weekly class to young actors on film technique. That once-a-week class became a full-time acting school - The Breck Academy - which he operated for 10 years. In 1990, Breck appeared in the Canadian cult film Terminal City Ricochet.

On January 20, 1990, while teaching at the drama school, Breck was notified of Barbara Stanwyck's death. She requested no funeral nor memorial.

In 1991, he appeared as Sham-Ir, the chief of all genies, in the NBC-TV movie special I Still Dream of Jeannie, the second reunion film which reunited I Dream of Jeannie TV series co-stars Barbara Eden and Bill Daily, along with Al Waxman and Ken Kercheval.

In the movie The Unnamable II: The Statement of Randolph Carter (1993), Breck played Sheriff Hatch.

In 1996, he appeared in an episode of the new version of The Outer Limits.

Breck provided the voice of Farmer Brown in "Critters", a 1998 episode of The New Batman Adventures.

His last television performance was on an episode of John Doe in 2002. Prior to his death, most of his film performances have been in undistributed films that are shown only at film festivals.

Personal life

Breck married dancer Diane Bourne in 1960. They had a son, Christopher, who died of leukemia.

Death

In June 2010, Breck's wife Diane announced on his website that the actor had been suffering from dementia and could no longer sign autographs for fans, although she said that he still read and enjoyed their letters. Despite this diagnosis, she said he was still physically healthy and did not require medication.

Thereafter, Diane Breck reported that her husband was hospitalized on January 10, 2012. On February 6, 2012, Peter Breck died from his illness at the age of 82 in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Filmography

Actor
2017
The Forsaken Westerns (TV Series) as
Cowboy
- Western Union (2017) - Cowboy
2004
Jiminy Glick in Lalawood as
Tibor
2002
John Doe (TV Series) as
William Leverton
- Past Imperfect (2002) - William Leverton (uncredited)
1999
Enemy Action as
Gen. Turner
1998
The New Batman Adventures (TV Series) as
Farmer Brown / Enoch Brown / Goat
- Critters (1998) - Farmer Brown / Enoch Brown / Goat (voice)
1997
L.A. Heat (TV Series) as
Wayne Berry / Captain Crimestopper
- Captain Crimestopper (1997) - Wayne Berry / Captain Crimestopper
1996
Lulu
1996
The Outer Limits (TV Series) as
Kendal's Father
- Mind Over Matter (1996) - Kendal's Father
1995
Decoy as
Wellington
1993
Sworn to Vengeance (TV Movie) as
Chief Kelly
1992
The Unnamable II: The Statement of Randolph Carter as
Sheriff Hatch
1991
Yes Virginia, There Is a Santa Claus (TV Movie) as
Chambers
1991
I Still Dream of Jeannie (TV Movie) as
Sahm-Ir
1991
Highway 61 as
Mr. Watson
1990
Terminal City Ricochet as
Ross Glimore
1981
The Fall Guy (TV Series) as
Reggie Marinak / Nick Barkley / Sheriff Owens
- The King of the Stuntmen (1985) - Reggie Marinak
- San Francisco Caper (1984)
- King of the Cowboys (1984) - Nick Barkley
- The Human Torch (1981) - Sheriff Owens
1983
Masquerade (TV Series) as
Senator John Weybourne
- Girls for Sale (1983) - Senator John Weybourne
1979
Fantasy Island (TV Series) as
Colonel / Casey West
- The Angel's Triangle/Natchez Bound (1982) - Colonel
- Cowboy/Substitute Wife (1979) - Casey West
1982
General Hospital (TV Series) as
The Magus / Masters
- Episode dated 18 June 1982 (1982) - The Magus / Masters
- Episode dated 11 June 1982 (1982) - The Magus / Masters
- Episode #1.4901 (1982) - The Magus / Masters
1982
The Sword and the Sorcerer as
King Leonidas
1981
The Dukes of Hazzard (TV Series) as
J.J. Sunday
- The Hack of Hazzard (1981) - J.J. Sunday
1980
The Incredible Hulk (TV Series) as
Hull
- The Lottery (1980) - Hull
1979
The Secret Empire (TV Series) as
Jesse Keller
- Chapter XIV: Escape to the Stars (1979) - Jesse Keller
- Chapter XII: Powerhouse (1979) - Jesse Keller
- Chapter 6: Seeds of Revolt (1979) - Jesse Keller
- Chapter V: The Mind Twisters (1979) - Jesse Keller
1978
Vega$ (TV Series) as
Walter Melford
- Second Stanza (1978) - Walter Melford
1978
Black Beauty (TV Mini Series) as
Dr. Halverson
1977
The Six Million Dollar Man (TV Series) as
Silver Cloud
- To Catch the Eagle (1977) - Silver Cloud
1975
S.W.A.T. (TV Series) as
Marco
- Murder by Fire (1975) - Marco
1975
Violence in Blue (TV Movie)
1974
Nakia (TV Series) as
Mr. Brittain
- A Beginning in the Wilderness (1974) - Mr. Brittain
1974
McMillan & Wife (TV Series) as
George Noland
- Downshift to Danger (1974) - George Noland
1974
Benji as
Dr. Chapman
1973
Owen Marshall, Counselor at Law (TV Series) as
Mike Palmer
- Why Is a Crooked Letter (1973) - Mike Palmer
1972
Mission: Impossible (TV Series) as
Harry Cordel
- Crack-Up (1972) - Harry Cordel
1972
A Man for Hanging (TV Movie) as
Avery Porter
1971
Alias Smith and Jones (TV Series) as
Chuck Morgan
- The Great Shell Game (1971) - Chuck Morgan
1964
The Virginian (TV Series) as
Lafe Harkness / Jess Carver
- Hannah (1970) - Lafe Harkness
- Rope of Lies (1964) - Jess Carver
1965
The Big Valley (TV Series) as
Nick Barkley
- Point and Counterpoint (1969) - Nick Barkley
- Flight from San Miguel (1969) - Nick Barkley
- Danger Road (1969) - Nick Barkley (credit only)
- Town of No Exit (1969) - Nick Barkley (credit only)
- The Other Face of Justice (1969) - Nick Barkley
- The Battle of Mineral Springs (1969) - Nick Barkley
- A Passage of Saints (1969) - Nick Barkley
- The Royal Road (1969) - Nick Barkley (credit only)
- Alias Nellie Handley (1969) - Nick Barkley
- Lightfoot (1969) - Nick Barkley
- The 25 Graves of Midas (1969) - Nick Barkley
- The Secret (1969) - Nick Barkley
- Joshua Watson (1969) - Nick Barkley
- Top of the Stairs (1969) - Nick Barkley (credit only)
- Hunter's Moon (1968) - Nick Barkley
- The Prize (1968) - Nick Barkley
- A Stranger Everywhere (1968) - Nick Barkley
- The Profit and the Lost (1968) - Nick Barkley
- The Long Ride (1968) - Nick Barkley
- Hell Hath No Fury (1968) - Nick Barkley
- The Jonah (1968) - Nick Barkley
- Deathtown (1968) - Nick Barkley (credit only)
- Run of the Cat (1968) - Nick Barkley
- Presumed Dead (1968) - Nick Barkley (credit only)
- They Called Her Delilah (1968) - Nick Barkley
- In Silent Battle (1968) - Nick Barkley
- The Challenge (1968) - Nick Barkley
- Run of the Savage (1968) - Nick Barkley
- Devil's Masquerade (1968) - Nick Barkley
- Bounty on a Barkley (1968) - Nick Barkley
- Rimfire (1968) - Nick Barkley (credit only)
- The Emperor of Rice (1968) - Nick Barkley
- Fall of a Hero (1968) - Nick Barkley
- Shadow of a Giant (1968) - Nick Barkley
- Miranda (1968) - Nick Barkley
- Days of Wrath (1968) - Nick Barkley
- The Good Thieves (1968) - Nick Barkley
- The Buffalo Man (1967) - Nick Barkley (credit only)
- Journey Into Violence (1967) - Nick Barkley
- Night of the Executioner (1967) - Nick Barkley
- Four Days to Furnace Hill (1967) - Nick Barkley (credit only)
- Explosion!: Part 2 (1967) - Nick Barkley
- Explosion!: Part 1 (1967) - Nick Barkley
- A Noose Is Waiting (1967) - Nick Barkley
- The Disappearance (1967) - Nick Barkley (credit only)
- Guilty (1967) - Nick Barkley
- Ladykiller (1967) - Nick Barkley
- Night in a Small Town (1967) - Nick Barkley
- Time After Midnight (1967) - Nick Barkley
- A Flock of Trouble (1967) - Nick Barkley
- Ambush (1967) - Nick Barkley
- Joaquin (1967) - Nick Barkley
- Cage of Eagles (1967) - Nick Barkley
- Days of Grace (1967) - Nick Barkley (credit only)
- The Lady from Mesa (1967) - Nick Barkley
- Showdown in Limbo (1967) - Nick Barkley
- Turn of a Card (1967) - Nick Barkley
- Plunder! (1967) - Nick Barkley
- Court Martial (1967) - Nick Barkley
- Brother Love (1967) - Nick Barkley
- The Price of Victory (1967) - Nick Barkley
- The Haunted Gun (1967) - Nick Barkley
- The Stallion (1967) - Nick Barkley
- Down Shadow Street (1967) - Nick Barkley
- Boy Into Man (1967) - Nick Barkley
- Image of Yesterday (1967) - Nick Barkley
- Wagonload of Dreams (1967) - Nick Barkley
- Day of the Comet (1966) - Nick Barkley
- Hide the Children (1966) - Nick Barkley
- A Day of Terror (1966) - Nick Barkley
- Last Stage to Salt Flats (1966) - Nick Barkley (credit only)
- The Iron Box (1966) - Nick Barkley
- The Great Safe Robbery (1966) - Nick Barkley
- The Man from Nowhere (1966) - Nick Barkley
- The Velvet Trap (1966) - Nick Barkley
- Target (1966) - Nick Barkley
- The Martyr (1966) - Nick Barkley
- Pursuit (1966) - Nick Barkley (credit only)
- Caesar's Wife (1966) - Nick Barkley
- Legend of a General: Part II (1966) - Nick Barkley
- Legend of a General: Part 1 (1966) - Nick Barkley
- The Lost Treasure (1966) - Nick Barkley
- Last Train to the Fair (1966) - Nick Barkley
- Tunnel of Gold (1966) - Nick Barkley
- The Midas Man (1966) - Nick Barkley
- The River Monarch (1966) - Nick Barkley
- By Force and Violence (1966) - Nick Barkley
- Into the Widow's Web (1966) - Nick Barkley
- Hazard (1966) - Nick Barkley
- The Fallen Hawk (1966) - Nick Barkley
- The Death Merchant (1966) - Nick Barkley
- Barbary Red (1966) - Nick Barkley
- Under a Dark Star (1966) - Nick Barkley
- Teacher of Outlaws (1966) - Nick Barkley
- A Time to Kill (1966) - Nick Barkley
- By Fires Unseen (1966) - Nick Barkley
- The Invaders (1965) - Nick Barkley
- Judgement in Heaven (1965) - Nick Barkley
- The Brawlers (1965) - Nick Barkley
- The Guilt of Matt Bentell (1965) - Nick Barkley
- Night of the Wolf (1965) - Nick Barkley
- The Way to Kill a Killer (1965) - Nick Barkley
- The Murdered Party (1965) - Nick Barkley
- Earthquake (1965) - Nick Barkley
- My Son, My Son (1965) - Nick Barkley
- Winner Lose All (1965) - Nick Barkley
- Heritage (1965) - Nick Barkley
- The Odyssey of Jubal Tanner (1965) - Nick Barkley
- The Young Marauders (1965) - Nick Barkley
- Boots with My Father's Name (1965) - Nick Barkley
- Forty Rifles (1965) - Nick Barkley
- Palms of Glory (1965) - Nick Barkley
1965
The Glory Guys as
Lt. Bunny Hodges
1965
Kraft Suspense Theatre (TV Series) as
Wiley Bondesen
- Connery's Hands (1965) - Wiley Bondesen
1963
Perry Mason (TV Series) as
Peter Warren / William Sherwood / Clay Elliot
- The Case of the Gambling Lady (1965) - Peter Warren
- The Case of the Antic Angel (1964) - William Sherwood
- The Case of the Bluffing Blast (1963) - Clay Elliot
1965
Branded (TV Series) as
Crispo
- The Mission: Part 3 (1965) - Crispo
- The Mission: Part 2 (1965) - Crispo
1964
Bonanza (TV Series) as
Ward Bannister
- The Cheating Game (1964) - Ward Bannister
1963
Mr. Novak (TV Series) as
Dr. Ted Dietrich
- A Feeling for Friday (1963) - Dr. Ted Dietrich
1963
The Outer Limits (TV Series) as
Sen. Orville
- O.B.I.T. (1963) - Sen. Orville
1963
Shock Corridor as
Johnny Barrett
1963
The Crawling Hand as
Steve Curan
1963
Hootenanny Hoot as
Ted Grover
1958
Gunsmoke (TV Series) as
Jubal / Fly Hoyt
- The Odyssey of Jubal Tanner (1963) - Jubal
- The Patsy (1958) - Fly Hoyt
1962
Red Nightmare (Short) as
Russian Officer
1958
77 Sunset Strip (TV Series) as
Claude Price (Opie) / Mark Wade / Tim Winslow / ...
- Wolf! Cried the Blonde (1962) - Claude Price (Opie)
- Nightmare (1962) - Mark Wade
- Face in the Window (1961) - Tim Winslow
- Lovely Lady, Pity Me (1958) - Charles Dixon
1961
Cheyenne (TV Series) as
Tony Chance / Sheriff Matt Kilgore / James Abbot
- Dark Decision (1962) - Tony Chance
- Indian Gold (1962) - Sheriff Matt Kilgore
- Legacy of the Lost (1961) - James Abbot
1962
The Gallant Men (TV Series) as
Pvt. Draper
- Retreat to Concorde (1962) - Pvt. Draper
1958
Lawman (TV Series) as
Pete Bole / Hale Connors / First Ranch Hand
- Jailbreak (1962) - Pete Bole
- Trapped (1961) - Hale Connors
- The Badge (1958) - First Ranch Hand
1962
Lad: A Dog as
Stephen Tremayne
1961
Surfside 6 (TV Series) as
Harry Sturgis / Mark Goodwin
- Squeeze Play (1962) - Harry Sturgis
- Thieves Among Honor (1961) - Mark Goodwin
1960
Maverick (TV Series) as
Doc Holliday / Sheriff Dan Trevor
- One of Our Trains Is Missing (1962) - Doc Holliday
- Marshal Maverick (1962) - Doc Holliday
- The Maverick Report (1962) - Doc Holliday
- A Technical Error (1961) - Doc Holliday
- Triple Indemnity (1961) - Doc Holliday
- Destination Devil's Flat (1960) - Sheriff Dan Trevor
1960
Hawaiian Eye (TV Series) as
Ray Martins / Johnny Arnold / Lou Norris
- Aloha, Cricket (1962) - Ray Martins
- It Ain't Cricket (1961) - Johnny Arnold
- Baker's Half Dozen (1960) - Lou Norris
1961
The Roaring 20's (TV Series) as
Benny Lester / Buddy Benedict / Joe Peabody
- Everybody Loves Benny (1961) - Benny Lester
- Big Town Blues (1961) - Buddy Benedict / Joe Peabody
1961
Portrait of a Mobster as
Frank Brennan
1958
Bronco (TV Series) as
Theodore Roosevelt / Jim Brandt
- Yankee Tornado (1961) - Theodore Roosevelt
- Quest of the Thirty Dead (1958) - Jim Brandt (uncredited)
1960
The Beatniks as
Bob Mooney
1960
Sugarfoot (TV Series) as
Theodore Roosevelt / Lt. John Stickney
- Man from Medora (1960) - Theodore Roosevelt
- The Shadow Catcher (1960) - Lt. John Stickney
1959
Black Saddle (TV Series) as
Clay Culhane
- End of the Line (1960) - Clay Culhane
- The Penalty (1960) - Clay Culhane
- A Case of Slow (1960) - Clay Culhane
- The Return (1960) - Clay Culhane
- The Cabin (1960) - Clay Culhane
- Burden of Guilt (1960) - Clay Culhane
- The Apprentice (1960) - Clay Culhane
- The Indian Tree (1960) - Clay Culhane
- Means to an End (1960) - Clay Culhane
- Mr. Simpson (1960) - Clay Culhane
- Letter of Death (1960) - Clay Culhane
- The Killer (1960) - Clay Culhane
- Change of Venue (1959) - Clay Culhane
- The Deal (1959) - Clay Culhane
- Blood Money (1959) - Clay Culhane
- Four from Stillwater (1959) - Clay Culhane
- Apache Trail (1959) - Clay Culhane
- Murdock (1959) - Clay Culhane
- The Freight Line (1959) - Clay Culhane
- Client: Peter Warren (1959) - Clay Culhane
- The Hotel (1959) - Clay Culhane
- The Long Rider (1959) - Clay Culhane
- The Saddle (1959) - Clay Culhane
- The Freebooters (1959) - Clay Culhane
- Client: Vardon (1959) - Clay Culhane
- Client: Reynolds (1959) - Clay Culhane
- Client: Brand (1959) - Clay Culhane
- Client: Neal Adams (1959) - Clay Culhane
- Client: Nelson (1959) - Clay Culhane
- Client: Frome (1959) - Clay Culhane
- Client: Jessup (1959) - Clay Culhane
- Client: Banks (1959) - Clay Culhane
- Client: Braun (1959) - Clay Culhane
- Client: Mowery (1959) - Clay Culhane
- Client: Steele (1959) - Clay Culhane
- Client: Northrup (1959) - Clay Culhane
- Client: Martinez (1959) - Clay Culhane
- Client: Robinson (1959) - Clay Culhane
- Client: Tagger (1959) - Clay Culhane
- Client: Starkey (1959) - Clay Culhane
- Client: Dawes (1959) - Clay Culhane
- Client: McQueen (1959) - Clay Culhane
- Client: Meade (1959) - Clay Culhane
- Client: Travers (1959) - Clay Culhane
1959
Sea Hunt (TV Series) as
Joe Gordon
- Treasure Hunt (1959) - Joe Gordon
1959
The Wild and the Innocent as
Chip Miller
1958
Zane Grey Theatre (TV Series) as
Roy Bancroft / Marshal / Sundance Kid
- Day of the Killing (1959) - Roy Bancroft
- The Doctor Keeps a Promise (1958) - Marshal
- Sundown at Bitter Creek (1958) - Sundance Kid
1958
The Restless Gun (TV Series) as
Brett Dixon
- Take Me Home (1958) - Brett Dixon
1958
I Want to Live! as
Ben Miranda (uncredited)
1958
Wagon Train (TV Series) as
Alf Meadows
- The Tobias Jones Story (1958) - Alf Meadows
1958
Have Gun - Will Travel (TV Series) as
Kurt Sprague / Frank Weaver
- The Protégé (1958) - Kurt Sprague
- The Teacher (1958) - Frank Weaver
1958
Highway Patrol (TV Series) as
Whitey Sims
- Hostage (1958) - Whitey Sims
1958
Tombstone Territory (TV Series) as
Sam Dixon
- The Lady Gambler (1958) - Sam Dixon
1958
Thunder Road as
Stacey Gouge (uncredited)
1958
The Court of Last Resort (TV Series) as
Deputy Bart Styles
- The Mary Morales Case (1958) - Deputy Bart Styles
1957
The Gray Ghost (TV Series) as
Dooley
- The Deserter (1957) - Dooley
1956
The Sheriff of Cochise (TV Series) as
Doyle Ranker
- The Turkey Farmers (1956) - Doyle Ranker
1955
Western Union (TV Movie) as
Cowboy
Self
1977
The Bob Braun Show (TV Series) as
Self - Actor
- Episode dated 9 September 1977 (1977) - Self - Actor
1969
The Donald O'Connor Show (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode dated 4 August 1969 (1969) - Self
1969
The Rosey Grier Show (TV Series) as
Self
- Peter Breck (1969) - Self
1969
It Takes Two (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode #1.35 (1969) - Self (as Peter & Diane)
- Episode #1.34 (1969) - Self (as Peter & Diane)
- Episode #1.33 (1969) - Self (as Peter & Diane)
- Episode #1.32 (1969) - Self (as Peter & Diane)
- Episode #1.31 (1969) - Self (as Peter & Diane)
1968
The Joey Bishop Show (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode #3.98 (1969) - Self
- Episode #3.52 (1968) - Self
1968
The 10th Annual TV Week Logie Awards (TV Special) as
Self
1967
The Mike Douglas Show (TV Series) as
Self - Actor
- Episode #7.65 (1967) - Self - Actor
1967
You Don't Say (TV Series) as
Self
- Polly Bergen and Peter Breck (1967) - Self
1961
Here's Hollywood (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode #2.9 (1961) - Self
1960
About Faces (TV Series) as
Self
- Peter Breck (1960) - Self
1955
Lamp Unto My Feet (TV Series)
- The World of Mrs. Carey (1955)
Archive Footage
2013
19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (TV Special) as
Self - In Memoriam
2011
Pioneers of Television (TV Series documentary) as
Nick Barkley from Big Valley
- Westerns (2011) - Nick Barkley from Big Valley
2002
The Men Who Made the Movies: Samuel Fuller (TV Movie documentary) as
Johnny Barrett (uncredited)
1995
Century of Cinema (TV Series documentary) as
Johnny Barrett, 'Shock Corridor'
- A Personal Journey with Martin Scorsese Through American Movies (1995) - Johnny Barrett, 'Shock Corridor' (uncredited)
1990
Hollywood Mavericks (Documentary) as
Actor 'Shock Corridor' (uncredited)
1965
Broken Sabre as
Crispo

References

Peter Breck Wikipedia